ChristiaNet MallWorld's Largest Christian MallChristian BlogsFree Bible QuizzesFree Ecards and Free Greeting CardsLoans, Debt, Business and Insurance Articles

What Is A Jesuit

What and whom are Jesuites? What do they belive in? Do they truly believe in Christ?

Join Our Christian Singles and Take The Apostasy Bible Quiz
 ---ema on 3/19/07
     Helpful Blog Vote (7)

Reply to this BlogPost a New Blog



Popes that recognized them as the evil thing they are, were murdered using the Cup of Borgia (poison administered by 'friends'). However, the anti-Jesuits may also have murdered pro-Jesuit elected Popes:-)
---frances008 on 3/26/08


Founded by 'Saint' Ignatius of Loyola, who worshipped the black madonna. A bridge between the Knights Templar and the Freemasons. Accepted by the Pope as his own elite military order. The purpose is to cause the whole world to obey the Pope. The second beast of Revelations is the Jesuit Order under the Black Pope, their father general who is above the White Pope.
---frances008 on 3/26/08


Member of clan founded by Jesui. spelling of descendant of Asher [Num. 26:44], the same as Isui in Gen. 46:17. Modern translations spell both Ishvi. A son of Saul bears the same Hebrew name [1 Sam. 14:49], transliterated into English as Ishui [KJV], Ishvi [NASB, NRSV, NIV], Or Ishyo [REB]. See Ishvi.>>I see and here it is: Personal name meaning "he is equal," "he satisfies,", or "he rules". 1. Son of Asher [Gen. 46:17] and original clan ancestor of Ishvites. 2. Son of Saul.
---catherine on 3/26/08


Jesuites are those who dishes out all catholic teachings I believe..they are anti christs I read somewhere..they are not priests..the only priest there was was Jesus Christ our Lord and Savior...noone else..No, I am not anti Catholics..there also are beautiful people amongst them
---operator on 3/26/08


While the majority of priests are ordained primarily to administer the sacraments, the Jesuits specialize in Scripture study and evangelism in addition to administering the sacraments.
---Greyrider on 3/18/08




The Jesuits are an Order in the Roman Catholic Church. They therefore believe and trust in Christ as their Saviour.
---alan_of_UK on 3/18/08


Jack .... I think that Jack was trying to protest at the implications of the question.
There are those here who will see the motive behind the question, and jump on the B T C bandwagon, and I don't think Lloyd is one of those.
---alan_of_UK on 4/1/07


What and whom are Christian televangelists? Do they truly believe in Christ or in the big money they make out of their performances abusing Christ?
---Caring on 3/31/07


**Jesus says He sees the heart. We see the outside of the people.**

Do you have any reason to think that priests do NOT believe in Jesus?
---Jack on 3/30/07


They are Preists. Do they believe in Christ. Jesus says He sees the heart. We see the outside of the people. Your question is like asking does your school teacher believe in Christ? Maybe Yes or Maybe no.
---Lloyd on 3/30/07




And now for the FOURTH time:

This question was asked before not too long ago, but I have the distinct feeling that this is just another round of Bash the Catholics.

A Jesuit (no final e) is a member of the Society of Jesus, a religious order in the Roman Catholic Church.

Message will repeat until posted.
---Jack on 3/20/07


**in one version of the syory I have heard, the Pope abolished the Jesuits.>>

There was a decree suppressing the Jesuits and ordering their dissolution, but some monarchs (Catherine of Russia among them, alas) refused to allow it to be published in their countries, which allowed them to regroup later.
---Jack on 3/19/07


**As a point of interest, the moother church in Rome is called Il Gesu, the only church out of over 1,000 churches in Rome named after the Lprd.**



The Lateran Basilica's technical name is Holy Transfiguration, so there's another one.
---Jack on 3/19/07


They had some of the greatest fruits in South America in the early 1700's, thousands came to Christ b/c of them
---mark on 3/19/07


The jesuits came out of the Counter-Reformation, and were created largely to deal with that problem.
If there has ever been a thorn in the side of the Papcy, the jesuits were usually behind it. In 1870 they lead the campaign against Papal infallability, in one version of the syory I have heard, the Pope abolished the Jesuits.
As a point of interest, the moother church in Rome is called Il Gesu, the only church out of over 1,000 churches in Rome named after the Lprd.
---mike8384 on 3/19/07


Copyright© 1996-2015 ChristiaNet®. All Rights Reserved.